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Randy E. Fry

Founding Partner

Randy E. Fry has represented clients since 1999, devoting himself entirely to personal injury matters. During law school, he gained valuable experience with the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office, and spent many subsequent years working with three litigation firms in the metro Atlanta area. His practice and trial experience encompass the full spectrum of aggressively representing individuals who’ve suffered injuries, and unfortunately sometimes death, due to the negligence of others. Mr. Fry represents individuals who were involved in automobile collisions, trucking accidents, motorcycle wrecks, bicycle accidents, dog bite injuries, nursing home abuse, slip and fall incidents, on-the-job injuries, and other types of personal injury matters.

Mr. Fry belongs to the Atlanta Bar Association, the Dekalb County Bar Association, and the American Association of Justice. He is also an active member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association. Mr. Fry has lectured other trial lawyers on various trial strategy and litigation topics and was most recently a featured speaker at a seminar for attorneys entitled “Pre-suit and Post-suit Investigation and Tactics.”

A graduate of Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee, Mr. Fry earned his Juris Doctor from the John Marshall School of Law. He is admitted to practice in the state courts of Georgia, as well as the U.S. District Court, Northern District of Georgia, and the U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit.

Randy is the son of a 2-Star Navy Admiral and attorney. He learned through example, on a daily basis, that strong leadership and determination is required when fighting for justice on behalf of others. His mother is a professional musician and teacher, from whom he learned the importance of deep caring, compassion, and concern for those in need. When not practicing law, Randy enjoys traveling, reading, living his passion for exercise (including weight lifting and running), volunteering with various charitable causes (including time with special needs children and adults), and enjoying time with his nephews, niece, and entire family.